This could be an excellent job opportunity for one of our alumni.
Alumnus Mark Malay sent this notice:
The county of San Diego is hiring for a licensed mental health practitioner (PSY, LMFT, LCSW). It is where I work as well. The position posted either Friday or today.
Mark Malay, PhD
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Detentions Licensed Mental Health Clinician
San Diego Sheriff's Detention Services
Direct # 760-940-4319
Fax # 760-940-4533
Mail Stop N-169
The following is a beautiful obit from the Boston Globe about Alumnus Jeff Stamps, PhD '80:
This is an iterview with Jeff printed in the November 2010 HOMEPAGE Newsletter:
Both of these articles are well worth your time; Jeff accomplished much in the world of networking and was a deeply insighful person.
Alumnus Carl M. Hild, PhD, OS, ’07 Voted by Peers to Receive the 2010-2011 Alaska Pacific University Faculty Merit Award for Research, Scholarship, and Creativity05/17/2011
Alumnus Carl M. Hild, PhD, Organizational Systems ’07 was voted from among his peers to receive the 2010-2011 Alaska Pacific University Faculty Merit Award for Research, Scholarship, and Creativity.
He has also been notified by the Academic Dean that she will be appointing him to serve as the Chair of the Business Administration Department for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Saybrook Alumnus and Faculty Member Bob Flax, Ph.D.. '92 Elected to Board of Directors of the Democratic World Federalists05/17/2011
Saybrook Alumnus and Faculty Member Bob Flax, Ph.D., '92 Elected to Board of Directors of the Democratic World Federalists
Bob Flax, Ph.D. was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Democratic World Federalists, a non-profit organization based in San Francisco (http://www.dwfed.org/). The DWF is one of a number of organizations around the world that is dedicated to establishing a democratically elected world government with a constitution and bill of rights that is capable of handling the great problems of our time -- including climate change, economic crises, famines, pandemics, poverty, and war.
Bob’s interest in world government grew out of his work as a clinical psychologist treating individuals, couples, families, and groups. He expanded his focus to include larger systems and studied organization development and conflict resolution. He has worked in a wide range of settings, including businesses, non-profits, intentional communities, and over 16 years with the California State Prison system. Finally he arrived at the next logical step – the way we work together as citizens of the world. Bob has participated in international citizen diplomacy projects and is currently designing a course in World Federalism for Saybrook University, where he has been on the faculty for over 18 years. Bob teaches courses in the Social Transformation, Psychology and Research areas and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teaching Position Open
Adjunct Professor Position, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, 1069 East Meadow Cir., Palo Alto, CA 94303
Residential PhD in Transpersonal Psychology, Year 1, Spring, Cognitive & Affective (3.0 units) (on campus course)
This course provides a comprehensive survey of the theories and empirical research evidence of cognitive and affective psychology. Additionally, it provides concrete examples and opportunities to apply these topics to both each student's ongoing research interests as well as to his or her personal development interests. Bridges between these cognitive processes and transpersonal phenomena will be actively explored as will be the transpersonal aspect of the processes themselves.
Interested adjunct instructors, please contact the chair of the department, Christine Brooks, at email@example.com.
Saybrook Faculty Member Ruth Richards Speaks on Perfection of Wisdom at International Theosophical Conference in August 201105/17/2011
International Theosophical Conference
(This is NOT the Theosophical conference (in July) that HH The Dalai Lama will be attending!)
Ruth Richards, MD, PhD - Saybrook Faculty
Perfection of Wisdom: Resonance in Voice of the Silence, the New Physics, and the Prajnaparamita Sutra
As part of session, Theosophy and Health.
(Friends, this is health, Big Time! - Ruth)
Julian Town Hall, 2 p.m to 5 p.m., Friday August 12th 2011.
Julian is above San Diego in the hills/mountains, evidently not far.
Saybrook Alumna Ann Williams, PhD '05 Co-Authors Feature Article in the FPB News Calling for Changing How Research is Done05/12/2011
Saybrook Alumna Ann Williams, PhD '05 Co-Authors Feature Article in the FPB (The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing)News Calling for Changing How Research is Done
Practicing and Implementing Changes Through CWRU's Federally-Funded FIND Lab
The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University
The Saybrook Alumni Association
Graduate College of Psychology and Humanistic Studies
Dallas - May 7 - Breakfast
Austin - May 7 - Dinner
Colorado - In Planning
Denver - June 18 Dinner
Colorado Springs - June 19 Lunch
Hawaii - July - Dates To Be Announced
Alumnus Robert E. McCarthy, PhD '03 Recently Appointed to the National Executive Advisory Board of the American Psychotherapy Association.05/04/2011
Alumnus Robert E. McCarthy, PhD '03 was recently appointed to the National Executive Advisory Board of the American Psychotherapy Association.
Alumna Jean Millay, PhD '78 was Invited to Discuss Her New Book at the Foundation for Mind/Being Research05/04/2011
Saybrook graduate Jean Millay, PhD ('78) was invited to discuss her book -RADIANT MINDS: Scientists Explore the Dimensions of Consciousness - at the April 22nd meeting of the Foundation for Mind/Being Research. www.fmbr.org
The book is an Anthology of the Parapsychology Research Group, with 55 authors participating.
Jean's main topic involved the suggestion that there may be a 5th fundamental force in the universe, beyond the 4: Gravity, Electromagnetism, the Weak and the Strong Nuclear Forces. The 5th one would be The Consciousness of Life. Her intention was to evoke a lively discussion about this possibility.